The Men

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T W Y

EATON, ERNEST

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Private
2929211
04/10/1944
37
Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders 5th Bn.
I. D. 20.
Dearly loved husband of Ada.
treasured memories

Additional Information:
Son of William and Margaret Eaton, of Liverpool; husband of Ada Eaton, of Liverpool.

Ernest was born in Suffolk on 4-7-1907, He was killed during the fighting around the village of Best and initially buried at the Sint Oedenrodeseweg 11, Best.

His younger brother serjeant John Llewellyn Eaton was killed on duty on 18 august 1944, aged 29. He is buried at the Banneville-La-Campagne War Cemetery in France. On that same cemetery lies also the brother of Signalman Strahan who is buried in Valkenswaard.

Above: Ernest his younger brother serjeant John Llewellyn Eaton. 5th Bn., Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders.